Roman fur shop. It was founded by Assunta Aguccioni, who started her career in 1937 at Balzani, and in 1942 opened her own business working with Forquet, Carosa, Lancetti and Valentino. In 1969 received the cinema prize Maschera d’Argento for her “tile” fur inspired by the church of Santa Maria del Popolo in Rome. She made long and flared furs, casual trousers in ermine, flowered inlays and mink Bermuda shorts. In 1969 she worked with the fashion designer Alberto Lattuada. He designed the Eskimo Collection for her, with coats worked in Persian lamb in the shape of inlaid tiles. The Ninotschka Collection of 1971-1972 presented garments made of Crimea lamb. She was also able to offer elegant cloaks of chinchilla, zebra and mink worked horizontally. Among her clients was Romy Schneider.